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Everyone has a worldview, but a worldview is only a good one if it describes reality accurately. You can start helping your young children develop an accurate worldview.
Greg is on a four-minute timer and answers questions about Mormonism, deathbed conversions, and a hypothetical scenario about choosing to be annihilated so your friend doesn’t go to Hell.
Some atheists claim Christians think faith is a way of knowing things, but that’s not the definition of faith we see in the Bible.
Greg chats with Tim Barnett about teaching apologetics to students then answers questions about responding to an inconsistent claim of “inclusivity” and using the Columbo Tactic.
Mormons believe God is an exalted man who became a god, but there are both biblical and philosophical problems with this understanding.
God’s triune nature makes Him different from all other conceptions of gods. He is love because He is three Persons who love. His wrath is simply what happens when He, a being of love, encounters our evil.
If human beings make mistakes, does it follow that the Bible must therefore contain mistakes?
Recognizing that our beliefs and values all come back to God reminds us that He is our foundation. It all starts with the first verse, “In the beginning, God…” and all things follow from there.
Alan responds to the challenge that his work is misguided because he cares more about apologetics than the Gospel.
The story of doubting Thomas doesn’t promote blind faith. In fact, the text actually teaches the exact opposite: biblical faith is trusting in what you have good evidence to believe is true.